Optoelectronic and Quantum Technologies - MSc

University of Bristol    Faculty of Engineering

Full time September MSc 1 year full-time
Engineering (12) Physics (29)

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The Optoelectronic and Quantum Technologies MSc programme at the University of Bristol is at the forefront of the quantum revolution. Through a unique blend of light, electronics, and quantum engineering, you will be equipped with the skills to design and develop cutting-edge integrated circuits and systems. With a focus on applications in communications, computing, sensing, and healthcare, this programme offers a deep understanding of quantum technologies. Taught by world-leading experts in the Quantum Engineering Technology Labs, you will also have the opportunity to undertake a research project and gain valuable industry experience. Join us and be part of the quantum revolution.

About the course

Quantum technologies are set to revolutionise society in many ways: from creating new types of computers to solve very difficult problems, very quickly, to making uncrackable communications systems and sensors that operate beyond conventional limits. The University of Bristol has been pioneering in this worldwide effort for more than 15 years with an approach that uses light and optoelectronic technologies to implement the required devices, circuits and systems.

On this programme you will gain a deep understanding of the design, fabrication and use of the next generation of integrated circuits, sub-systems and systems that combine optics, electronics and quantum engineering for applications in communications, computing, sensing and healthcare.

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Entry Requirements

An upper second-class honours degree or international equivalent in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Microelectronic Engineering, Communications Engineering, Computer Systems Engineering, Information and Communications Technologies, Telecommunications, Information Engineering, Computer Networks, Computer Science and Technologies, Optical Information Science and Technologies, Optoelectronic Information Science and Technologies, Optical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics. Economics and numerate degrees may also be considered.

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